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The Dean, University of Otago College of Education is seeking to appoint an academic manager. The main focus of the position is to lead and oversee the effective and efficient delivery of the College of Education’s programmes and day-to-day academic activities.Working with the dean, this will include providing strategic leadership for all matters relating to staffing requirements, workload, staff development, and academic-related processes.
With regard to Initial Teacher Education, it will involve strengthening partnerships with key stakeholders as well as practicum sites and developing relationships for student placements. The academic manager will be responsible for implementing, monitoring and contributing to the continuing improvement of the framework for assessing professional standards within Initial Teacher Education qualifications and manage academic grievances and other academic-related processes.
The successful candidate will assume a leadership role and work closely with dean, associate deans and various programme coordinators, ensuring that programmes in the college are delivered at the highest level of quality. The academic manager will teach in the initial teacher education programmes and supervise students on practicum, and may undertake doctoral study in the college.
Your skills and experience:
Relevant professional qualification in teaching
Current New Zealand teacher registration
A Masters degree
Exceptional organisation and follow through abilities.
Ability to demonstrate and articulate effective pedagogy and educational theory
Evidence of an ability to work well with students and staff, especially from differing academic and cultural backgrounds.
A strong commitment to te reo, nga tikanga and the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi and to equal opportunity.